Even better would be an IDE with a GUI builder that supports many languages.

The idea is to learn (very) different programming languages in a familiar environment, while writing simple graphic programs.

Languages may include: Rust, ADA, OCAML, LISP

  • If it doesn't integrate with an IDE, does it count? I would recommend a GUI library that supports most programming language that people use today. I am afraid, it doesn't support ADA and OCaml. – meisyal Oct 27 '16 at 9:44
  • Hi! What are you thinking of specifically? You neglected to write it seems. Are there any GUI builders without an IDE? – mzso Oct 29 '16 at 12:42
  • No, there isn't. Sorry, I misunderstood what you mean. I though you need a GUI library that supports most programming language. In other word, you have to program it from scratch rather than drag and drop GUI components from a GUI builder. I said this because such library exists. – meisyal Oct 30 '16 at 4:58

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